NRG 4055 won the New England District Championship and is headed to the World FIRST Robotics Championship in St. Louis, Missouri, April 23-26!! We weren’t expecting this. Eleven students and six mentors could really use your financial help to go. Please help us realize this once-in-a-lifetime op…
This third-year team is already making waves in the FIRST community and beyond. We’ve had a close relationship with NRG since their rookie year, as they won Rookie All-Star and shared a bus with us travelling to St. Louis in 2012. It made me so proud to see their team up there on the field in Boston…
I remember talking to one of their members this season, and I commented about how well they were doing. They laughed and said that they’d been having good luck. I disagreed — after 4 years on an FRC team I know it takes more than just luck to get as far as they’ve gotten in all aspects of FIRST.
It would mean a lot to me if you would help support their team on their way to national champs in St. Louis this year, and signal boost this post!
Us and team 3525 are trying to raise funds to make it to St. Louis! I know money is tight now a days but if you can help me spread this around we might just have enough to get the kids down there!Our link is up above and here is team 3525 link:http://www.gofundme.com/khsroboticsHELP US MAKE IT TO ST LOUIS :)
Thank you so much!
Anything you can donate will help!
Huge fan of these two fantastic teams! It’d be great if our followers could signal boost and/or donate a bit!
While my robotics team did make it to the world championship the total price to get to St. Louis, food, and lodging is insanely large. Our team has worked very hard to make it to this point and it is the first time we have ever qualified in our teams history! :D Please donate to us using this link, any amount will do and it would be greatly appreciated http://www.gofundme.com/khsrobotics
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Here is a link to our Social Media presentation. We have done this presentation about 4 times now. Check it out if you have a couple minutes.
We discuss: “Do’s and Don’t’s” for social media platforms, how to link results, and how to track your progress. Plus, there are funny comics.
This is a fantastic presentation, so I thought I’d share it here for you —Giselle